Chita Rivera sings "Spanish Rose" from Bye Bye Birdie on The Ed Sullivan Show (1960).
Ann Margret, Jesse Pearson and Bobby Rydell sing "A Lot of Livin' To Do" in the 1963 film adaptation of Bye Bye Birdie.
Sammy Davis Jr. and Charles Strouse sing "Stick Around" from Golden Boy (1964).
Movie trailer for Bonnie & Clyde (1967) featuring Strouse's Grammy–nominated film score.
Jason Robards & Norman Wisdom perform "Perfect Gentlemen" in The Night They Raided Minsky's (1968).
"Take Ten Terrific Girls" from The Night They Raided Minsky's (1968).
Carroll O'Connor and Jean Stapleton opened over 200 episodes of All In The Family singing "Those Were The Days." (Note: That's Charles Strouse playing the piano, not Edith.)
Bonnie Franklin and company perform the title song from Applause on the 1970 Tony Awards broadcast.
Lauren Bacall, Penny Fuller and Harvey Evans perform "But Alive!" from the 1973 TV production of Applause.
Leslie Ann Warren performs "It's a Bird… It's a Plane… It's Superman" from the 1975 made–for–TV production of It's a Bird… It's a Plane… It's Superman.
The ensemble performs "We Need Him" from the 1975 made–for–TV production of It's a Bird… It's a Plane… It's Superman.
Loretta Swit performs "You've Got Possibilities" from the 1975 made–for–TV production of It's a Bird… It's a Plane… It's Superman.
Paul Lynde, with special guest stars Margaret Hamilton and Donny & Marie Osmand, sing an updated version of "Kids" from Bye Bye Birdie on WABC's Paul Lynde Halloween Special (October 1976).
Andrea McArdle, Reid Shelton, Dorothy Loudon, Robert Fitch, Barbara Erwin and the orphans perform selections from Annie on the 1977 Tony Awards broadcast.
Barbara Streisand, backed by Zubin Menta and the LA Philharmonic, sings "Tomorrow" from Annie on a 1978 television special celebrating Israel's 30th anniversary.
Waldorf and Statler perform "Take Ten Terrific Girls" from The Night They Raided Minsky's.
Sara Jessica Parker, accompanied by Charles Strouse, sings "I Don't Need Anything But You" from Annie in Broadway Plays Washington at the Kennedy Center, 1982.
Carol Burnett sings "Little Girls" in the 1982 film adaptation of Annie.
Judy Kuhn and Dick Latessa perform the title song from Rags on the 1987 Tony Awards broadcast.
Burt Reynolds and Don Delouise provide the voices for Charlie B. Barkin and Itchy Itchiford in "You Can't Keep a Good Dog Down" in the 1989 animated film All Dog's Go To Heaven.
Debbie Shapiro Gravitte performs "Welcome to the Theatre" from Applause in A Visit with Charles Strouse (1991).
Television commercial for Nick & Nora (1991).
Discover Card Ad, one of many television commercials that have used Strouse's melody to "Put on a Happy Face."
Vanessa Williams and Jason Alexander sing "Rosie" from the 1995 made–for–TV film adaptation of Bye Bye Birdie.
Alicia Morton and the orphans from the 1999 Wonderful World of Disney film adaptation of Annie perform "It's a Hard Knock Life" on Good Morning America.
Music Video: "Hard Knock Life (Ghetto Anthem)." Rapper Jay–Z made heavy use of samples from the original Broadway cast of Annie. The song won the 1999 Grammy for Best Rap Album.
Strouse and In the Heights' Tony Award–winner Lin–Manuel Miranda sing "A Lot of Livin' to Do" at an NYC Drama Bookshop (September 2008).
NASDAQ celebrated Strouse's 80th birthday year when they invited him to ring the closing bell on September 8th, 2008.
Dick Van Dyke reunites with Strouse to sing "Put on a Happy Face" at the 16th Annual "A Night at Sardi's" benefit in L.A. (March 5th, 2008).
On June 11th, 2008, Charles Strouse performed this medley from Annie at an evening saluting Tony Award winners at New York's Metropolitan Room.
Paley Center for Media celebrated the music and 80th birthday of Charles Strouse on June 2, 2008, featuring Broadway's original Annie, Andrea McArdle.
"Night Talk with Mike Schneider," Bloomberg Television (6/27/08).
New York Post Online (6/20/08).
"On Stage," NY1 News (7/12/08).
"Sunday Arts," WNET Thirteen (6/15/08).
"Theater Talk," WNET Thirteen, Part #1 of 2 (9/19/08).
"Theater Talk," WNET Thirteen, Part #2 of 2 (2/26/08).
An Evening with Charles Strouse | The New School.
Lee Adams and Charles Strouse discuss Bye Bye Birdie.
"Welcome to the Theater" & "Applause" on the Tony Awards.
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